ADIOS DOLORES

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Audience

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The young lady at the job interview is not who you think she is.
Neither is the glossy pin-up gal.
Neither are you.

ADIOS DOLORES is an immersive horror show that visitors experience one at a time. ADIOS DOLORES runs nightly from Aug 26 - Sept 4 with shows on the half-hour from 7PM-11:30PM and lasts about a half an hour. Visitors must arrive at their appointed time and must sign a waiver. If visitors arrive in pairs, however, a waiting space is available for each while the other experiences the ADIOS DOLORES. While physical contact is light, visitors will encounter nightmarish tableaux, and extreme visual and auditory stimulus; it is not appropriate for visitors who suffer from PTSD. ADIOS DOLORES contains mature themes; as such it is limited to visitors 18 years or older. Visitors can dictate upon arrival the level of intensity they wish to experience, however - plain spooky or completely bananas. ADIOS DOLORES is like the thunder though, it can’t hurt you.

Starring Ana Liz and Ayden Skye, Denee Jordan and Meg Stoll Tron, Gia Rose and Charlotte Roi

Written by Charley Gallay & Jason Katsufrakis
Directed by Charley Gallay
Choreographed by Masha Ko

Reviews

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Adios Dolores represents a fascinating “hello” to LA’s immersive horror scene, and immersive theatre scene in general. It’s existence acting as a kind of promise that the most interesting works are still on the horizon, and that what’s been laid down before has become fertile ground for a wide range of imaginations.

sweet - Noah J Nelson - No Proscenium - ...read full review


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Very unique indeed....thrill not knowing what's next...great cast...very believable..letting one forget it's make believe..the cast member Gia that gives out that chilling scream at the end is blood curdling...chilling ...I was shaken....

sweet - Rose Merc


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Adios Dolores represents a fascinating “hello” to LA’s immersive horror scene, and immersive theatre scene in general. It’s existence acting as a kind of promise that the most interesting works are still on the horizon, and that what’s been laid down before has become fertile ground for a wide range of imaginations.

sweet - Noah J Nelson - No Proscenium - ...read full review


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Very unique indeed....thrill not knowing what's next...great cast...very believable..letting one forget it's make believe..the cast member Gia that gives out that chilling scream at the end is blood curdling...chilling ...I was shaken....

sweet - Rose Merc